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Chattanooga Burger Week Announces Best Burger Winner

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Chattanooga Burger Week Announces Best Burger Winner

Who Grilled the Best?

The fourth annual Chattanooga Burger Week sponsored by the Tennessee Beef Industry Council recently concluded, following a week of delectable offerings from twenty-six local restaurants. Over 10,000 scrumptious burgers were served to patrons throughout the week, each fighting fiercely to claim the title of Chattanooga’s Best Burger.

Diners had the chance to sample a wide range of burgers, from classic, All-American burgers, to cheese and bacon-filled delights, southern-style burgers, all the way to the creatively constructed, flavor-packed concoctions. The variety ensured there was a burger for every palate.

App Engagement

Throughout the week, more than 5,000 Chattanooga residents downloaded the official Chattanooga Burger Week app and checked in over 7,000 times at participating restaurants. This engagement not only added to the excitement of the week but also enabled users to accumulate points and hope for the Burger Week Grand Prize, which boasted $500 in restaurant gift cards and burger-themed swag from the Tennessee Beef Industry Council.

Surprises Galore

The Tennessee Beef Industry Council in collaboration with LeaderOne Financial Chattanooga had another trick up their sleeve. Running spontaneous giveaways at the participating venues they surprised lucky patrons with gift cards and burger swag. Some diners were awarded simply based on the use of the Burger Week app and their social media posts showcasing the mouth-watering burgers.

And the Winner is…

After an eventful week, Chattanooga cast its vote, and the results were announced. Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint was crowned the winner of the Best Burger for the second consecutive year, proving their dominance in the Chattanooga’s burger scene.

The award-winning “Crab Rangoon Burger” is a culinary masterpiece made with 100 percent Wagyu Beef topped with house-made Crab Rangoon Filling, Crispy Wonton Strips, and Sweet Chili Sauce. It has certainly set new standards in the world of burgers with its unique take on fusion cuisine.

The Runners Up

Close on the heels of Jack Brown’s was The Bar at Table South – Chattanooga Marriott Downtown coming in at second place for their “The Southern Traveler” burger. Common Table clinched third place with their “The Volunteer” burger, further demonstrating the diverse and innovative burger scene in Chattanooga.

Looking Forward to The Fifth Edition

Reflecting on the successful week, officials commented, “With 10,000+ burgers served throughout the week, it’s safe to say that we are all winners – restaurants and patrons alike.” They also announced, the fifth annual Chattanooga Burger Week is already slated for April 21-27, 2025, giving residents and visitors something to look forward to. Now, both the restaurants and the burger aficionados have a year to prepare for the next delicious showdown.

Chattanooga Celebrates its Local Culinary Scene

The end of Chattanooga Burger Week marks another successful year of bolstering the local restaurant community and highlighting the culinary innovations the city offers. It was a week-long celebration of local businesses, gastronomical delights, and Chattanooga’s love for a classic – the burger.

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